Tommy Shelby (Cillian Murphy) goes up against far-right politician Oswald Mosley (Sam Claflin), bringing the season's tension to a close.

Without giving anything away, writer and creator Steven Knight says Tommy will fight opponents and demons that are far more formidable than anything he's ever encountered. In the mid-1930s, Shelby's family is more powerful than ever. Tommy Shelby is being pursued by demons.

Dr. Holford and fascist Oswald Mosley (Sam Claflin) found Tommy's TB diagnosis was a hoax (Aneurin Barnard).

In the Peaky Blinders season 6 finale, Tommy makes a triumphant return as the criminal mastermind who is always one step ahead of his opponents.

Tommy and Johnny Dogs (Packy Lee) embark on an adventure to Canada. By shifting the explosives to another vehicle and fatally shooting Michael, he thwarts his assassination attempt.

Tommy, on the other hand, is motivated to connect with his daughter's spirit by a flash of insight: During Mosley and Mitford's wedding reception, Dr. Holford is present, and Ruby directs Tommy to the fireplace. Tommy's death sentence has been overturned.

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Peaky Blinders will cease after the sixth season, the BBC said on Monday. The British period crime series depicts Tommy Shelby (Murphy) and his family's exploits in 1920s Birmingham, created by Steven Knight and starring Cillian Murphy.

While Lizzie is capable of standing up for herself, she also excels in situations that demand less stress. When Ruby becomes unwell, they rush her to the hospital with Tommy, and when she arrives, Tommy loses his cool with the hospital staff. 

The new season, written by Peaky Blinders creator Steven Knight, sees the world in upheaval following the 1929 financial catastrophe. There is both opportunity and misfortune everywhere. When Shelby is approached by a charismatic politician with a daring vision for Britain, he knows that his reaction will have far-reaching consequences for not only his family but the entire country.